Making museums relevant to the next generation has never been more important.
Our project involved a wide range of young people through events and activities, training opportunities, research, volunteer placements, social media and many more new and innovative ways to help them explore heritage through our collections.
We collaborated and consulted with young people and worked with a range of additional partners and organisations from across Scotland. Our original consortium partners on Scotland 365 were Young Scot, Project Scotland and Impact Arts.
By listening to the voices of young people National Museums Scotland recognised the need to recruit a national youth engagement team to develop a relevant programme of work and test a range of different engagement methods.
Working with one of our consortium partners, Young Scot, a team of 31 dedicated young people signed up as volunteers and took on the task of exploring the needs of their peers by producing ideas and prototypes.
Discover the project resources and reports or explore the projects the young people delivered below.
Discover how we used the Young Scot co-design process to develop outputs with and for young people.Find out more
Scotland 365 has delivered a range of activities in collaboration with young people and partners.Find out more
A range of research, additional consultation, consortium partner reports and external evaluations have created a rich foundation of resources and reports which have been archived.Find out more
Explore a timeline of Scotland 365 project activity from 2018-2022.Read the project timeline